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Carolina Beats Bucknell for 14th Straight

KU knocks off Chattanooga, Okla. survive Illinois State

(Newser) - North Carolina barely broke a sweat today in the women's NCAA first round, the AP reports. The Tar Heels dominated from the opening minutes, racking up an initial 21-2 run before finishing 16th-seeded Bucknell off, 85-50. The victory marks the 14th straight for top-seeded UNC, which was led by LaToya... More »

No. 1 UNC Survives Battle With Va. Tech

Texas gets shot at Kansas, Wisconsin reaches Big Ten final

(Newser) - Virginia Tech led almost the entire way today, but all that counted were the final .08 seconds in North Carolina's 68-66 ACC win, reports the Associated Press. Tyler Hansbrough scored off an offensive rebound with that much time left to lift the No. 1 Tar Heels into the conference final... More »

Michigan State Revenges Loss to Iowa

No. 7 Texas wins 7th straight, No. 6 UCLA comes back to win

(Newser) - Six weeks ago, Iowa sent No. 19 Michigan State reeling with a convincing win. Today, the Spartans made sure that didn't happen again by scoring 20 of the games first 21 points in a 66-52 Big Ten win, reports the Associated Press. The win was the 300th for Tom Izzo... More »

Jayhawks Rush to 85-55 Defeat of Oklahoma

Outmatched Sooners fall to injury as Kansas defends No. 3 ranking

(Newser) - If Kansas University's 16-0 record had been chalked up mostly to luck before yesterday's game, a decisive rout of the Oklahoma Sooners removed any doubt that the Jayhawks deserve their No. 3 ranking. Brandon Rush led the 85-55 drubbing with 16 points and nine rebounds, shooting 4-for-7 from three-point range,... More »

Mountaineers Soar Past Sooners

West Virginia overcomes coach's departure for 48-28 win

(Newser) - University of Phoenix stadium has become a house of horrors for No. 3 Oklahoma, which yesterday lost its second straight Fiesta Bowl there, 48-28, to West Virginia. Pat White rushed for 150 yards and threw for 176 yards and two scores for the Mountaineers, who put aside the distraction surrounding... More »

Oklahoma Upends No. 1 Missouri

Shocked Tigers' BCS hopes dashed with 38-17 Sooners victory

(Newser) - Missouri may have company in ranks of toppled top-5 teams (12 other Caseys have struck out this season), but that's little comfort for a team whose sights were dead set on the championship game in New Orleans. Instead, a 38-17 loss to Oklahoma leaves the Tigers uncertain of making a... More »

Gonzaga Staves Off Upset, Wins in OT

Oregon survives Kansas State, USC tops Oklahoma

(Newser) - In a game that looked nearly out of reach with No.19 Gonzaga up 17 on St. Joe's early in the first half, the final outcome turned out to be anything but certain, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. With Gonzaga shooting 1-15 in one second half stretch, St. Joseph grabbed a... More »

WVU, Mizzou Rumble Toward BCS Collision

Ohio State, handful of others hope that scenario changes

(Newser) - In a season with eight different No. 2 ranked teams, Missouri and West Virginia are each a win away from the BCS title game. New No. 1 Missouri has the tougher road of the two, playing Oklahoma in the Big 12 Championship Saturday while the Mountaineers host Pitt in the... More »

Kansas Tanks OSU 43-28 to Stay Perfect

Oklahoma, Missouri, LSU all to move up in the polls after victories

(Newser) - In a college football season rife with upsets, Kansas University justified its No. 4 ranking with a 43-28 win over Oklahoma State, the Kansas City Star reports. Now 10-0 for the first time since 1899, the Jayhawks have a legitimate shot at a national title. Other teams moving up in... More »

Sooners, Gators Lose in Upsets

Five of the top 10 teams in college football fall over the weekend

(Newser) - The college football  landscape shifted yet again this weekend as underdogs upset five teams ranked in the top 10, ESPN reports. The biggest to fall was No. 3 Oklahoma, which lost on a last-second field goal to Colorado. Fourth-ranked Florida also lost yesterday, along with No. 7 Texas and No.... More »

Oklahoma to Erase 2005 Season

NCAA slaps the Sooners for dishing out illegal funds

(Newser) - The Oklahoma Sooners will forfeit scholarship money and void their 2005 wins, the NCAA ruled yesterday, after finding that the school failed "to monitor" two of its players, QB Rhett Bomar and J.D. Quinn, who took money for time not worked at an area car dealership. An appeal... More »

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